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Teresa and Woody’s summer wedding was the first time I created floral arrangements for a fellow wedding professional. Teresa is an awesome photographer (Tega Photography) and her husband, Woody, is often her second shooter. Being in the wedding industry, Teresa and Woody have see a ton of floral arrangements, so I was honored, to say the least, when Teresa reached out to me to discuss flowers for her own wedding. I knew the bar would be set high to create something spectacular that Teresa would love.

Their beautiful, rustic wedding incorporated a color pallet of teal, champagne, and dark grey. Teresa’s bridal bouquet was created from caramel antike garden roses, vendela roses, sea holly thistle, billy balls, purple statice, lavender, seeded eucalyptus, and a handful of different succulents, all wrapped in satin ribbon with an overlay of burlap. She wore a beautiful head piece that consisted of ivory spray roses, billy balls, lavender, seeded eucalyptus, and mini succulents. Her nine bridesmaids wore three different shades of turquoise and carried smaller bouquets of sea holly thistle, billy balls, purple statice, seeded eucalyptus, and “chick and hen” succulents. Woody wore a boutonniere made from a mini succulent, ivory spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus. The groomsmen, in various shades of grey, wore mini succulents, lavender, and seeded eucalyptus.

Teresa and Woody’s wedding was held at the beautiful Evergreen Lake House. The photographer, June of June Cochran Photography, was someone I had yet to work with, but I am so happy I did. June’s work is absolutely gorgeous and the pictures of Teresa and Woody’s wedding are stunning.

Teresa and Woody – congratulations on this big step in your lives! Enjoy all the wonderful things to come. I look forward to working with you both in the future.

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Venue: Evergreen Lake House

Photographer: June Cochran Photography

Melissa and Justin were married the first day of summer at the beautiful Briarwood Inn in Golden, Colorado. I had met Melissa through our mutual friend, Elaine, who was also a former AmeriCorps NCCC Team Leader with me several years ago in South Carolina. In 2010 I had the honor of creating the floral arrangements for Elaine’s wedding. Melissa, who was a bridesmaid then, reached out to me after she and Justin got engaged and needed flowers for her own wedding. I am so glad she did!

Melissa and Justin’s wedding colors were navy blue, peach, and cream. Melissa wanted something very soft and romantic to compliment the richness of the navy. For her bouquet we chose a lovely combination of cream peonies, prospero dahlias, peach aubade roses, peach lisianthus, pink freesia, deep pink ranunculus, and baby’s breath. Her bouquet was wrapped in navy satin ribbon with an overlay of lace from her mother’s wedding dress. So sweet! Melissa’s bridesmaids in beautiful floor length navy blue dresses, carried soft and simple bouquets mostly of baby’s breath. Each bouquet was unique, however, with three stems of one specific variety of flowers found in Melissa’s bouquet. One bridesmaid held baby’s breath and prospero dalias, one bridesmaids held baby’s breath and pink freesia, one bridesmaid held baby’s breath and peach aubade roses, etc. The gorgeous cream peonies were specific to the floral pieces for the happy couple. Justin wore a boutonniere created from a cream peony bud with an accent of baby’s breath. The groomsmen, dressed in medium gray, wore boutonnieres that matched each of the different bridesmaids’ bouquets.

Thank you to Ashley of Ashley McKenzie Photography for the fantastic photos of Melissa and Justin’s beautiful wedding. I am absolutely in love with the picture of Melissa holding her bouquet. As a florist, my eye is always drawn to the flowers, but in this gorgeous picture it is the bride that draws my eye  – the flowers just add a touch of beauty. Melissa, you were an absolutely stunning bride! Melissa and Justin, all the best to you both! Please do keep in touch.



Venue: The Briarwood Inn

Photography: Ashley McKenzie Photography

Every wedding that I am a part of is very special, but this wedding in particular was extra special. Good friends of ours, Lorena and Drew, tied the knot in Twin Lakes this past July. Not only did I have the honor of creating the floral arrangements for this gorgeous picturesque mountain wedding for two awesome people, I was also a guest, so this was one of the few times I got to see all the flowers “in action” so to speak. Seeing everything come together was amazing!

Purple was the main color of Lorena and Drew’s wedding, so we designed arrangements that incorporated and complimented this rich color. Lorena’s bridal bouquet was created from purple dahlias, circus roses, green hypericum berries, purple lisianthus, purple statice, black cat scabiosa, white freesia, and a few purple clematis, which were picked from my own back yard! Her bridesmaids carried vibrant bouquets of orange dahlias, green hypericum berries, purple statice, and baby’s breath. Drew’s boutonniere was made from a white freesia bloom, and a touch of green hypericum berries and purple statice. The groomsmen wore mambo spray rose boutonnieres with a touch of purple statice and baby’s breath.

I had the opportunity to work with two fabulous photographers, Jesse and Moira, of Jesse La Plante Photography at Lorena and Drew’s wedding. We had crossed paths earlier at a couple of bridal shows, so I was excited to finally work with them. Thank you for the beautiful pictures, Jesse and Moira!


Photographer: Jesse La Plante Photography

Venue: Twin Lakes

There is something so incredibly romantic about soft, pastel colors, and this gorgeous wedding can attest to that. Diana and Son got married over Memorial Day Weekend at the JW Marriott Cherry Creek, encompassed in soft greys, lavenders, and pinks. The wedding day was proceeded by a series of tornado warnings and intense thunder storms earlier that week, but their wedding day was spared – thankfully!

Diana chose a beautiful combination of light pink peonies, eveline dahilas, ocean song roses, white ranunculuses, white spray roses, lavender scabiosa flowers, lavender sweet peas, and dusty miller for her bridal bouquet. Her bridesmaids held smaller versions of her bouquet minus the white ranunculuses and white spray roses. Son wore a white ranunculus and dusty miller boutonniere, and the groomsmen sported lavender scabiosa flower and dusty miller boutonnieres.

I had the opportunity to work with two wedding professionals who I had never met before, Ann of Cloud 9 Bliss and Tin of tinphotography. Ann did a great job of coordinating the events that day and I just love everything these about beautiful photos that Tin look.

Diana and Son, I am so happy to have been a part of your lovely wedding! All the best to you both!

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Venue: JW Marriott Cherry Creek

Wedding Planner: Cloud 9 Bliss

Photography: tinphotography

I am so happy to feature this beautiful May wedding that took place in Breckenridge, CO. Liane and Dan’s big day was a mix of happy summer sunflowers in a setting of snow. In Colorado, especially in the mountains, there can be winter-like conditions even on the cusp of summer. But what a beautiful contradiction! The flowers beamed with happiness right alongside Liane and Dan. Congratulations, you two!

This wedding was also special in another aspect, as it reconnected me with an old friend and former co-worker. Lindsey of a Piece of Cake Weddings & Events and I used to work together at a non-profit before she had her wedding planning business and before I started Love Letters Floral Design. I hadn’t seen Lindsey in 5 years! I was so excited to be reconnected to such a great person and have another friend in the wedding industry. Lindsey did a fabulous job of coordinating Liane and Dan’s big day. Talk about someone who is on top of it! Lindsey, I look forward to working with you in the future!

A big thanks to the talented Diana Sabreen of Diana Sabreen Photography for the beautiful pictures of Liane and Dan’s wedding.


Venue: One Ski Hill, Breckenridge, CO

Photographer: Diana of Diana Sabreen Photography

Wedding Coordinator: Lindsey of Piece of Cake Weddings & Events